Rail minister Chris Heaton-Harris has launched ‘Project SPEED’ to challenge the rail industry to pioneer faster, smarter and more efficient infrastructure projects.
The City of London has given the go-ahead to plans for a new 38-storey development at 2 Finsbury Avenue in the Square Mile.
Plans for Everton FC’s new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock, along with a community-led legacy project at Goodison Park, have been unanimously approved.
Homes England has acquired two new sites in Harrogate, unlocking land for over 800 new homes, with room for 40% affordable homes.
The new 'CIOB Planning Protocol 2021' (CIOB PP21) has been designed by a team of experts as a tool for parties to use to see the construction programme they create and maintain is precise and of high quality.
Communities secretary Robert Jenrick has confirmed the government will create a second headquarters in Wolverhampton.
Catalyst and Mount Anvil have commenced enabling works on their joint venture regeneration scheme, The Verdean in Acton, marking a new chapter for the Friary Park estate.
West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has given the green light to plans for a new £24m Dudley Interchange.
The value of construction contract awards decreased by 12% in January to £4.3bn, 10% lower than the monthly average in 2020.
Avanton has unveiled plans to invest £500m in strategic land acquisitions over the next three years, as it expands into London’s lucrative build-to-rent sector.
The number of completed build-to-rent homes increased by 23% in 2020, according to research by the British Property Federation (BPF).
ENGIE’s plans for the redevelopment of the former Rugeley Power Station in Staffordshire, have been given a major boost.
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A diverse group of architects and designers have made the shortlist to potentially become strategic master planners for the £8bn Thamesmead Waterfront development in southeast London.
South Cambridgeshire District Council has given the green light for plans to deliver 4,500 new homes at Waterbeach New Town East.
Birmingham City Council’s new strategy sets out proposals for the regeneration of East Birmingham, from the creation of more than 60,000 jobs and 10,000 new homes in and around the area over the next decade.
Leeds City Council has given the go-ahead for CEG’s plans to deliver the first phase of residential development at the £400m Kirkstall Forge.
Glasgow City Council has given the green light to developer Swan Group for plans to deliver 151 new affordable riverside homes.
All new developments must meet local standards of beauty, quality and design, under new proposals outlined by housing secretary Robert Jenrick.
Covid-19 caused the number of new homes registrations by UK housebuilders to plunge by 23% in 2020, according to the NHBC.
Faisal Siddiqui, acquisitions director at growing developer Henley Homes Group, explores the need for innovative solutions to accelerate housing delivery.
The City of London Corporation has given the green light for plans to deliver a 30-storey office-led development in the City Cluster.
Ealing Council has given the green light to TfL’s largest residential development to date, which will see the delivery of 853 new homes in Acton.
Public bodies will be able to convert vacant plots of land and derelict buildings into new homes or community spaces, under plans announced by the housing secretary, Robert Jenrick.
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick has given the go-ahead to developer Avanton for a new £250m urban village scheme in London’s Richmond.